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Re: cemeteries in and around Florence
Posted by: Faye Caldwell (ID *****2703) Date: January 05, 2004 at 20:42:52
In Reply to: Re: cemeteries in and around Florence by viola mecum of 742

Viola,
The Florence Library in Williamson Co., has the cemetery books for most of the cemeteries in Williamson Co. I visited there a year ago and they had added another book to their collection that had my grandfather listed. I had been looking for him for ten years. He and one of his sons were both in the new book. I would like to think that a letter with a SASE or call to the library could get you some info.
I have a copy of the page with my grandfather that has the following:
There is a grave two sites from my grandfathers that reads:
Dau of A.A. and M.F. Rutledge
b & d Nov 6, 1893. It is found in Grooup 6 of area E, which is one of the oldest sections of the cemetery.

In section E, group 5 there are the following:

Mr. J.D. Rutledge
Mar 20, 1855
Nov 17, 1878
and
Mrs. M.J.Rutledge
Mar 17, 1831
Mar 09, 1876

The two ladies that were in the library that day were very helpful.

Faye


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